Our History

Centre for Inclusive Living Perth and Kinross(CILPK) evolved from Perth and Kinross Access Group(PKAG), a user led disabled access organisation


PKAG founded in 1982


PKAG moved offices

We moved to 90 Tay Street in 2010 with one employee

August 2010

Second employee recruited

Work increased within the charity

July, 2012

The organisation changed its name

From Perth and Kinross Access Group(PKAG) to Centre for Inclusive Living Perth and Kinross(CILPK).

May, 2023

CILPK moved offices

From 90 Tay Street to The Gateway Centre at North Methven Street.

CILPK are still the access panel within the area and also deal with equality issues and have taken on many projects relating to disability. CILPK are registered with Disability Equality Scotland, the umbrella organisation for the access panel network.

CILPK, a membership organisation, aims to represent disabled individuals’ views in Perth & Kinross accurately. Our upcoming initiatives will focus on fostering independence by providing necessary assistance, ensuring that disabled individuals’ rights to fair treatment in all aspects of life are not merely discussed but actually accomplished. CILPK is dedicated to achieving meaningful outcomes!

CILPK is an independent third sector organisation which liaises closely with a number of partners in the public, private and third sectors.

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